This year’s monsoon season has had a historic impact on Pakistan’s landscape.

Much of Pakistan seemed “like a sea,” Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said on September 7, after the nation suffered weeks of monsoon rains 10 times heavier than normal. The Indus River—known to have higher levels during monsoon season—drowned a third of the nation, which affected some 33 million people. More than 1,340 Pakistanis have died, including at least 466 children.

Read more at “Pakistan Suffers From Flooding”

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